Train Tickets for the UK & Beyond

Travel by rail can be an enjoyable part of your next holiday or an essential requirement for your business and employment– either way, you can find the best deals, added to the convenience of online booking, available below.


East Midlands Trains sells tickets for all UK train journeys, in addition to our own train services.

Buy their cheap train tickets exclusively online here – you won’t find cheaper tickets anywhere else. Take advantage of these great reasons to book online with East Midland; from the great value Advance fares booked up to 12 weeks ahead to their special deals and offers- so start planning your next trip today.

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TransPennine Express (TPE) are an operator of intercity train services linking key cities and major towns in the North and Scotland.
They run around 238 services daily on weekdays and almost as many at weekends, and serve 83 stations of which 19 are directly managed by us. TPE carries on average 61,000 customers every day with around 60% of these being leisure travelers. Last year they carried 29 million customers.  Save up to 50% on tickets here; student specials available.  (also known as First Great Western)

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There’s every reason to be happy if you’re aged 16 to 25, because with this Railcard customers enjoy 1/3 off rail fares when they go by train. Users can also apply for one if they’re a mature student in full time study, as long as they’re eligible. It means customers can save money on trips into town, days out to the coast, or weekend festivals – as many times as they like.
The Railcard costs just £30. So after three or four trips, the card will have paid for itself. And over a year, an average saving of £179 could be made.
A Railcard doesn’t just save money on travel. It saves customers money with our partners too – on days out, restaurants, hotels and more. Visit our Offers and Rewards area regularly to keep up to date on the great deals available.
Family & Friends
You don’t need an excuse to spend time with your friends and family. But we’re going to give you one anyway. Because with a Family & Friends Railcard customers enjoy 1/3 off rail fares for up to 4 adults and 60% off for up to 4 kids between 5 and 15. Plus holders can have two adults named on one card, so when one cardholder isn’t using it, the other can.
It means cardholders can save money on trips to see the grandparents, days out to theme parks, or weekends by the seaside – as many times as they like.

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  1. Great offer – I purchased some train tickets from this website earlier today, didn’t save a huge amount, about 3%, but that’s something when like me you have to use the trains 2 to 3 times a week.

  2. As my plan to travel to London had cancelled , I asked for refund. I was told that as it was an advance ticket , I could not refund. This was not mentioned when I was purchasing.

    I was given an option to re-book for another date , but that could be only be done on-line and cannot be on phone.

    When I tried it on-line, I could not see and book the return fair at the same time as was booking for on-ward journey. I was given only option to book and purchase for on-ward journey , before I could see fairs for the return journey.

    To me it is not a fair system. Once a passenger buys an on-ward journey ticket , the return fairs started appearing very expensive leaving the customer no choice , but to buy them.

  3. Mostly I have a comfortable ride on Hull Trains. I usually travel lst class and I have noticed in the last year that the carriage is always quite full; sometimes extremely full. I think it might be a good idea to add an extra lst class carriage; there is usually only the one.

  4. Great direct service on the Kings Cross/Howden route with Hull Trains being by far the quickest operator. Trains are always clean and tidy, and in my experience, punctual. The price has risen sharply over the past few years and while it is probably still good value for money, the advance fares seem more difficult than ever to get hold of. This is clearly a very popular service, and I was pleased to see a Friday night service with double the usual number of carriages the last time I travelled, a clear appreciation of the demand from passengers to travel on this route.

  5. Every now and then, I book a ticket on Hull Trains to London. Why? Simply because it is cheap or it is at the time that I need it to be. That is all. Otherwise, I prefer to take East Coast. And when I stand at the platform in Grantham, I go out to where I usually stand for an East Coast train because I forget that a Hull Train is half the length of an East Coast train. Usually I’m not the only dodo bird running back to where the train actually stops. In fact, Work BFF was telling me about how she missed her train in London because she decided to use the new walkway between the new part of Kings Cross on the mezzanine level to get to the platforms and did not see her train. She went back to the departure boards to make sure she was at the right platform, but again because the Hull Train is half the size of an East Coast train and she forgot that one fact, she didn’t actually see the train further up and missed it. These services always seem so crowded, makes you wonder why they can’t add a few cars to the service, maybe it wouldn’t feel so claustrophobic. The other thing… it feels dirty to me. No not naughty dirty, but not been cleaned in awhile dirty. Hard to tell when it is so crowded though. It is a cheaper service and usually the service goes straight from Grantham to London Kings Cross, no stops at Peterborough or Stevenage, but it usually takes a little longer than East Coast’s hour and ten minutes.

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